If you aren’t sure how to celebrate the Winter Olympics, you’re in luck. We’re here to get your creative juices flowing with some top-tier suggestions. Grab your patriotic attire, get comfortable, and check out these fun ways to celebrate the winter Olympics this year. Bring your loved ones together for a special celebration as the world unites once againthis year.
Throw a Historical Pre-Party
Why not take a trip back in time with your friends and family? You can throw a historic pre-party where you view all the past games. You’ll have a blast watching the highlights and significant moments from years prior.
Not only that, but it gives the younger crowd a chance to catch up. That’s especially true if this year is their first Winter Olympics. To make the party more fun, play a Winter Olympics trivia game at the end to test everyone’s knowledge.
Do a Winter Olympics Scavenger Hunt
There are plenty of printable scavenger hunts online. Your friends and family can cross off each item as they show up. That will spark lively conversation about each sport, the logos, and the medals. Also, it’s another excellent way to get the kids in on the fun.
Try Out Winter Olympics Sports
Gather your friends and family to go downhill skiing. Don’t worry; you don’t need to be a total pro to participate. The idea is to simulate what it would feel like to be in the Winter Olympics.
You can try out skiing, curling, ice skating, and tons of other sports. That way, you’ll appreciate what the athletes go through.
Throw a Winter Olympics Party
Of course, throwing a party on the day of the games is a must. Each guest can bring a dish from a different country. Also, why not have a costume contest? You can give prizes to whoever looks the most like a Winter Olympian. Also, consider throwing a bonfire party to keep everyone nice and warm.
The Winter Olympics only come around every four years. That’s why it’s so crucial to get the most out of them while they’re here by trying one of these fun ways to celebrate the Winter Olympics. If you have kids, it’s a great time to introduce them to the concept of the Olympics. Hopefully, you can use this list to have an unforgettable time watching the games this year.